Continuous distributions of data that capture process variation provide a much greater value in decision-making than discrete (Yes/No, %) data.

Best Practices to Make Informed Data-Based Decisions Studies show that statistics are misapplied 50% of the time.

This is often due to incorrectly applying statistical analysis during problem-solving by applying the wrong statistical test and/or applying this test in the incorrect order, RESULTING in INCORRECT CONCLUSIONS and Corresponding OPERATIONAL ACTION PLANS!

Generating Data-Informed Decisions requires deploying statistical tools and methods in the right order at the right time.

Wouldn’t it be great if an Analytical Software Program would guide you through the right tools in the right sequence and timing, helping you make better decisions?

► Mark Sneeringer, Ph.D., Continuous Improvement Expert
of SigMax-NH
► Suresh Jayaram, Ph.D., Managing Partner
of Rapid Sigma LLC
► Jim de Vries, Founder, Managing Partner
of Enhance International Group

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1. Challenges of Statistical Analysis for “the Masses”
2. Making decisions in the presence of variation
3. The Power & Simplicity of Sigma Magic – Case Study
4. Sigma Magic’s Differentiating Value